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hi, i dont cant find this code for delete it..

behind all questiona make google ads .. thats not funny .. all plugins and widgets from google i have remove or deactivatet ..

 

Q code from my site .. display this one..

 

<div class="adholder-mid">
<script async src="http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js"></script>
<ins class="adsbygoogle"
style="display:inline-block;width:728px;height:90px;margin-top:40px;"
data-ad-client="ca-pub-6400847838975858"
data-ad-slot="1165688084"></ins>
<script>
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});
</script>
</div>

where can i delete it .. i have test many templates i all the same probleme ..

 

pls help

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You are using the free ad-based version of SCEditor. You have 3 choices:
1. You accept the ads. 2. You buy the premium version of the plugin at http://www.q2apro.com/plugins/sceditor 3. You use the default editor that comes with the q2a core which is ckeditor.

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Hi Stefan,

I believe that you are using free version of this editor: http://www.q2apro.com/plugins/sceditor

He is adding a google adsense ad to the site for the free version, you can buy the paid version to remove that...

It is in this folder and file: /q2apro-sceditor-free/q2apro-sceditor-layer.php

Plugin owner note:

        // NOTE: You are NOT permitted to change the following code, if you do so, you break the granted license and can be sued legally.
        // If you do not like ads to be displayed, you have to buy the ads-free premium plugin at: http://www.q2apro.com/plugins/sceditor
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If my understand is correct, changes of program have been guaranteed by GPL license. There was similar question about deletion of credits (e.g. "Question2Answer", "Q2A Market", "ASKIVE", etc) in the past. In my understanding, you can also remove these code freely, because these terms might be a target of spam. Users who can fight with spam might leave credits by purposes below.

- You thank software you are using and those author.
- You have a pride to using this software.

In short, license is important, but recognition of users of the system is more important.
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@sama55: The SCEditor plugin is not under GPL. Therefore, you are not allowed to change the code I created. Please check the license of the plugin before posting false information.

All GPL-licensed plugins by q2apro you can find here: https://github.com/q2apro?tab=repositories

If you are not familiar with GPL, I advice you to read and understand the entire scope of the license: http://opensource.org/licenses/GPL-3.0 Then you will understand, that using GPL core software does *not* mean that you necessarly must GPL-license the plugins you created based on this software.
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@Kai For example, is not your q2apro-sceditor-layer.php a derivative work of qa_html_theme_base class? Since my study might missing, tell me legal basis to GPL license does not apply to your plugins.
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Q2A became to GPL-V3 from time? My recognition is GPL-V2.
http://www.question2answer.org/license.php
Difference of version might be your misunderstanding. But, Why GPL-V2 does not apply to your plugins?

[Addition]
* "later" existed in upper page. V2 or V3 seems to be correct.
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I make it simple by just quoting Scott: "Plugins and themes for Q2A are your own separate code, and even though they depend on Q2A you don't need to license them under GPL. You can make your own license to prevent people from selling them on (modified or not)." http://www.question2answer.org/qa/19261/q2a-licensing-for-dummies-questions?show=19287#a19287

Same here: http://www.question2answer.org/qa/15992/?show=16015#a16015

If you have further questions, please read the entire GPL license.
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Really recognition of Scott is correct???
-- Quote --
Plugins and themes for Q2A are your own separate code, and even though they depend on Q2A you don't need to license them under GPL. You can make your own license to prevent people from selling them on (modified or not).
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Yes, Scott is 100% correct.

Here is some more information to be read:

1. "Well the answer is, their code, and only their code is closed source, and that’s fine – it’s their right to license their code in any way they like." http://noordering.wordpress.com/2009/01/20/why-the-gpl-is-not-free/

2. "the WordPress GPL does not, in most cases, require them to release their own themes or plugins under the GPL."  http://perpetualbeta.com/release/2009/11/why-the-gpl-does-not-apply-to-premium-wordpress-themes/

Especially article n°2 makes it clear.

More to find using Google Search.
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Gideon seems to follow the license of Q2A to WordPress. According to the bottom article of the lawyers, you must apply GPL-V2 or GPL-V3 or compatible license in your PHP source. Therefore, I think that recognition of you and Scott is incorrect.
https://wordpress.org/news/2009/07/themes-are-gpl-too/
What do you think?
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i have remove it .. sry dont like ads to my site .. the editor is good so simple modern easy .. i use now the normal editor .. :/
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@sama55 it says on that page that CSS and images in a theme do NOT have to be GPL, and that PHP code would only have to be GPL if it's very similar. If you override some theme functions you're not using the same PHP as Q2A.

I think for 99% of themes they do not need to be GPL.
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> it says on that page that CSS and images in a theme do NOT have to be GPL, and that PHP code would only have to be GPL.
Yes. My recognition is same with you.

> If you override some theme functions you're not using the same PHP as Q2A.
I can not understand exactly. Please explain more in detail.

> I think for 99% of themes they do not need to be GPL.
Probably, your recognition is incorrect. Most of Q2A themes (including plugin layers), these inherit base theme class. This is because addons want to override functions of the base theme class in the inherited class, it is the purpose these want to change the basic behavior of the core. In other words, themes and plugins mean that it is closely related to Q2A core. Therefore, theme and plugin must apply GPL. Interpretation of Matt Mullenweg (co-founder of WordPress) will be same with me. However, GPL has a lot of gray zone. I like your careful attitude (not say 100%).

http://perpetualbeta.com/release/2009/11/matt-gpl-applies-to-wordpress-themes/
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This issue is very important. And, it seems there are many users (include me and you) who do not know well GPL in this forum. WordPress also long time discussed this issue. So, in order to develop and community of Q2A in health, there will be a need to discuss this issue thoroughly with members of the community. I want to hear opinions of many users as possible. (Gideon, jatin, puti, maxj, monk, amiya, ProThoughts, and of course other users) in ANOTHER THREAD.

I am not attacking Kai. Rather, I have defended him and this community. Please understand it.
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> I can not understand exactly. Please explain more in detail.

What I am saying is, when your theme inherits from the base theme you are not using the base theme code in your theme. You are basically using the "API" of the base theme by using its functions, but you are not using its actual code, you're putting your own code there.

But you're right, it is a grey area.
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I'm not saying that there is no such plugins. However, That's 99.9% of addons will use class or function of Q2A core. So, it is GPL. Probably, most of WordPress developers will point out license violation of his plugin.
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